George Gordon, sixth Baron Byron

Standard Name: Byron, George Gordon,,, sixth Baron
Used Form: Lord Byron


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Intertextuality and Influence Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Byron and Wordsworth were important poetic influences. Books that Elizabeth Barrett owned and kept until her death included Philip James Bailey 's Festus, A Poem, a major text of the spasmodic school, L. E. L.
Intertextuality and Influence Hélène Gingold
She said that some of the poems contained in this volume were written before the age of fifteen.
Gingold, Hélène. “Some Press Opinions”. Seven Stories, Remington, 1893.
The Season: A Cycle of Verse
She dedicated it to the memory of Lord Byron .
Gingold, Hélène. “Some Press Opinions”. Seven Stories, Remington, 1893.
New York Herald: A Cycle of Verse
Intertextuality and Influence Ann Radcliffe
AR 's rival M. G. Lewis finished reading Udolpho within ten days of its publication, though he had during the same time travelled from England to the Hague.
Norton, Rictor. Mistress of Udolpho: The Life of Ann Radcliffe. Leicester University Press, 1999.
In 1825 Ann Lister eagerly traced...
Intertextuality and Influence Dinah Mulock Craik
Freed as a disabled woman from the expectations of conventional femininity, Olive leads an independent life and struggles to become a successful painter, strengthened by her reading of Shelley and Byron . But she foregoes...
Intertextuality and Influence Lady Caroline Lamb
The printed selection begins with girlhood letters to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire 's elder daughter. It goes on to include correspondence with friends and publishers, analyses of feelings and comments on the experience of pregnancy...
Intertextuality and Influence Ann Radcliffe
Anna Seward , in letters which were to be published in AR 's lifetime, mixed her praise of her gothic oeuvre with some trenchant criticism.
Norton, Rictor. Mistress of Udolpho: The Life of Ann Radcliffe. Leicester University Press, 1999.
Nathan Drake called Radcliffe the Shakespeare of Romance Writers...
Intertextuality and Influence Ann Hatton
The title-page quotes Milton and an unidentified French writer. Each of the unusually long chapters (four to a volume) is headed by a summary and a quotation, often from Shakespeare or Byron or attributed only...
Intertextuality and Influence Amy Levy
The plot concerns an English governess to an Italian family in Rome, who opposes the love which develops between her and the grown-up son. AL plants allusions to Jane Eyre and to famous English...
Intertextuality and Influence B. M. Croker
The title-page quotes Byron on the power of Fate. The heroine is not always pretty, nor is she always Miss Neville. The book opens in the voice of eleven-year-old Nora O'Neill, known as Miggs, generally...
Literary responses Elizabeth Barrett Browning
In September 1847, critic George Gilfillan followed his treatment of the still very popular and critically distinguished Felicia Hemans in his series on Female Authors in Tait's Edinburgh Magazine with a piece on EBB ...
Literary responses Margaret Holford
Mary Russell Mitford called this novel an attempt to portray the poet Byron , recognisable through several anecdotes familiarly told about him, in very black and exaggerated colors. She maintained that Joanna Baillie , as...
Literary responses Ann Hawkshaw
In a review for the Athenæum, George Walter Thornbury stated abruptly that AH 's collection has at least two merits,—it has no Preface and it has a purpose. Finding that the sonnets do not...
Literary responses Laurence Hope
The Garden of Káma proved extremely popular, and was reissued in each of the next fourteen years under various combinations of the two titles (with later editions tending to lose the accent in Káma)...
Literary responses Lady Caroline Lamb
When Glenarvon first appeared, said Lady Caroline, William Lamb admired it so much that it was instrumental in bringing the separated couple back together.
Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan,. Lady Morgan’s Memoirs. Editors Dixon, William Hepworth and Geraldine Jewsbury, AMS Press, 1975.
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Joanna Baillie discerned its author's ability, but added, Her...
Literary responses Caroline Norton
The Athenæum pronounced in fairly sympathetic tones that this volume bore a pathetic and direct reference upon the position and fortunes of its writer, alluding to the bereavements enforced by inexorable laws that denied Norton...


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